Re: [xsl] variable rtf as querystring in document uri

Subject: Re: [xsl] variable rtf as querystring in document uri
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Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2006 02:57:57 +0200
Hi David,

that works (after encode-uri()), but it is not elegant, especially when
the variable might contain a big rtf (result tree fragment); also, since
it is 'just' a string, it may not be (by interpretation) valid XML.

I found that node-set() might help, but the does not deliver
it (anymore) in the source; it is missing as many others have found out

Thank you,


On Thu, 2006-11-30 at 00:25 +0000, David Carlisle wrote:
> If you are using xslt1 then (which I assume since
> rtf/result-tree-fragment don't exist in 2.0 then
> <xsl:apply-templates select="document($url)" /> 
> If you pass a result tree fragment to document it's like passing a
> string (passing a node set would be completely different) so your
> variable is coerced to a string just as if you do
> <xsl:value-of select="$url"/>
> if you use value-of on an empty element sucha as your request element,
> you get an empty string.
> You want
> <xsl:variable name="query">&lt;request id="1" /&gt;</xsl:variable>
> as you don't want an element node, you just want xml markup in a string
> (or text node here).
> David

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